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Examining The 2023-24 Schedule

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The road to go back-to-back is set.

The NHL released the Stanley Cup Champion Vegas Golden Knights’ full schedule for the 2023-24 season and we’re here to break it down. (Scroll to the bottom to see full schedule)

  • Longest Homestand
    • 2023-24:  5 games
      • 1/11-1/20
    • 2022-23: 7 games
      • 1/5-1/21 (3-4-0)
    • 2021-22: 6 games (twice)
      • 11/9-11/20 (5-1-0)
      • 12/31-1/11 (3-3-2) *This was originally scheduled as a 6-game homestand but a rescheduled away game turned it into 8*
    • 2021: 5 games
      • 1/26-2/11 (3-1-1)
    • 2019-20: 7 games
      • 12/28-1/11 (4-3-0)
    • 2018-19: 5 games
      • 10/16-10/28 (3-1-1)
    • 2017-18: 7 games (twice)
      • 10/10-10/27 (6-1-0)
      • 2/11-2/23 (5-2-0)
  • Longest Road Trip
    • 2023-24: 5 games
      • 11/14-11/22
    • 2022-23:  6 games
      • 1/22-2/9 (2-2-2)
    • 2021-22: 5 games
      • 3/8-3/15 (0-5-0)
    • 2021: 6 games
      • 3/5-3/13 (4-2-0)
    • 2019-20: 8 games
      • 1/14-2/6 (4-3-1)
    • 2018-19: 5 games
      • 10/6-10/13 (2-3-0)
    • 2017-18: 6 games (twice)
      • 10/30-11/7 (1-4-1)
      • 1/30-2/8 (4-2-0)

  • Back-to-Backs
    • 2023-24
      • Road/Road: 5
      • Home/Home: 0
      • Road/Home: 4
      • Home/Road: 2
    • 2022-23: 7
      • Road/Road: 4
        • 4 points – 1
        • 3 points – 1
        • 1 point – 2
      • Home/Home: 1
        • 0 points – 1
      • Road/Home: 0
      • Home/Road: 2
        • 4 points – 1
        • 2 points – 1
    • 2021-22: 13 *Due to the NHL not going to the Olympics, many were rescheduled*
      • Road/Road: 9
        • 4 points – 2
        • 2 Points – 4
        • 0 Points – 2
      • Home/Home:
      • Road/Home: 1
        • 0 Points – 1
      • Home/Road: 3
        • 2 Points – 1
    • 2021: 8
      • Road/Road: 3
        • 4 points – 2
        • 2 points – 1
      • Home/Home: 1
        • 1 point – 1
      • Road/Home: 2
        • 2 points – 2
      • Home/Road: 2
        • 4 points – 2
    • 2019-20: 12
      • Road/Road: 6
        • 4 points – 3
        • 2 points – 2
        • 0 points – 1
      • Home/Home: 0
      • Road/Home: 3
        • 2 points – 3
      • Home/Road: 3
        • 4 points – 2
        • Cancelled – 1
    • 2018-19: 13
      • Road/Road: 7
        • 4 points – 1
        • 2 points – 3
        • 0 points – 3
      • Home/Home:2
        • 4 points – 1
        • 2 points – 1
      • Road/Home: 1
        • 2 points – 1
      • Home/Road: 3
        • 4 points – 2
        • 1 point – 1
    • 2017-18: 12
      • Road/Road: 9
        • 4 points – 3
        • 3 points – 1
        • 2 points – 2
        • 1 point – 1
        • 0 points – 2
      • Home/Home: 1
        • 4 points – 1
      • Road/Home: 1
        • 1 point – 1
      • Home/Road: 1
        • 4 points – 1
  • Longest Time Away From T-Mobile Arena
    • 2023-24: 16 days (1/21-2/5)
    • 2022-23: 21 Days (1/22-2/11)
    • 2021-22: 24 Days (2/2-2/26)
    • 2021: – 12 Days (3/4-3/15)
    • 2019-20 – 28 Days (1/11-2/8)
    • 2018-19 – 16 Days (1/23-2/9)
    • 2017-18 – 16 Days (1/25-2/11)
  • Bye Week
    • 2023-24: Jan. 28 – Feb 5 *Includes All Star Game*
    • 2022-23: Jan. 29 – Feb 6 *Includes All Star Game*
    • 2021-22: Feb. 2nd – Feb. 25th *Olympic Break
    • 2021: N/A
    • 2019-20: Jan. 22 – Jan. 26
    • 2018-19: Jan. 27 – Jan. 31
    • 2017-18: Jan. 8 – Jan. 12
  • Division Games in March/April
    • 2023-24: 8
    • 2022-23: 9 (5-2-2)
    • 2021-22: 13 (8-2-2) *1 rescheduled
    • 2021: 32 (23-8-1)
    • 2019-20: 9 (3-0-0) *6 cancelled
    • 2018-19: 11 (7-3-1)
    • 2017-18: 8 (4-3-1)
  • Games by Day
    • Monday
      • 2023-24: 11
      • 2022-23: 9 (6-3-0)
      • 2021-22: 6 (1-4-0) *1 rescheduled
      • 2021: 12 (9-3-0)
      • 2019-20: 7 (3-3-0) *1 cancelled
      • 2018-19: 8 (2-6-0)
      • 2017-18: 6 (3-1-2)
    • Tuesday
      • 2023-24: 16
      • 2022-23: 17 (9-5-3)
      • 2021-22: 18 (8-7-4) *1 added due to reschedule
      • 2021: 3 (1-1-1)
      • 2019-20: 17 (7-7-0) *3 cancelled
      • 2018-19: 11 (7-4-0)
      • 2017-18: 20 (12-7-1)
    • Wednesday
      • 2023-24: 6
      • 2022-23: 5 (3-1-1)
      • 2021-22: 9 (5-5-1) *2 added due to reschedule
      • 2021: 11 (8-3-0)
      • 2019-20: 6 (4-0-0) *2 cancelled
      • 2018-19: 9 (4-3-2)
      • 2017-18: 5 (3-2-0)
    • Thursday
      • 2023-24: 18
      • 2022-23: 19 (15-3-1)
      • 2021-22: 14 (9-4-0) *1 rescheduled
      • 2021: 4 (2-1-1)
      • 2019-20: 16 (6-3-5) *2 cancelled
      • 2018-19: 14 (8-6-0)
      • 2017-18: 14 (7-6-1)
    • Friday
      • 2023-24: 6
      • 2022-23: 6
      • 2021-22: 13 (7-4-1) *1 rescheduled
      • 2021: 9 (7-2-0)
      • 2019-20: 8 (5-3-0)
      • 2018-19: 10 (4-5-1)
      • 2017-18: 14 (8-5-1)
    • Saturday
      • 2023-24: 19
      • 2022-23: 19
      • 2021-22: 11 (7-4-0)
      • 2021: 11 (9-2-0)
      • 2019-20: 16 (7-4-3) *2 cancelled
      • 2018-19: 19 (10-6-3)
      • 2017-18: 12 (9-1-2)
    • Sunday
      • 2023-24: 6
      • 2022-23: 7
      • 2021-22: 11 (6-3-2)
      • 2021: 6 (5-1-0)
      • 2019-20: 12 (7-3-0) *2 cancelled
      • 2018-19: 11 (8-2-1)
      • 2017-18: 11 (10-1-0)

 

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23 Comments

  1. JV

    Not horrible. I know the schedule makers have to figure out 32 teams, but I never understood why they make teams cross the border back and forth in the middle of road trip. Only other glitch is the Montreal road game in Nov should have been switched with CBJ road game in March.

  2. JV

    OT, but Montreal traded a 1st, 2nd, and a prospect to Avs for Alex Newhook. Who do they think this guy is, Tomas Tatar???

  3. knights fan in minny

    kings gearing up with pieere luc dubios to try to take down the stanley cup champs

  4. Tim

    I looked over the schedule and October is very favorable for us. We could get a good jump to start the season.

    • THE hockey GOD

      it is too early to make that assessment

      too many variables at this point in time.

      What is noted is that prior year’s unbelievable amount of injuries had table turned this year as team was relatively healthy going into the playoffs, and throughout the playoffs. People forget that injuries play a heavy role in team’s success and are quick to jump off the band wagon and start pointing fingers.

  5. Jailbird

    I love the schedule . We have 82 times to watch our champion Knights play! Yahoooo

    • Anand

      Can’t open facebook link. Don’t have facebook. Facebook is terrible. Would never support a forum that has breached privacy issues and censors information and freedom of speech. Quite frankly THG, I am disappointed in you for being affiliated with Facebook. Seems a bit hypocritical.

      Anyways, on to hockey. I don’t think that Vegas will be doing much in regards to trades during the draft or really much in the off-season. No need to fix what is not broken.

      FYI thg, thank you for getting my name on the cup.

      • THE hockey GOD

        I just happen to follow Sal the VOICE, and he posted video on his facebook account.

        don’t rush to judgement in your presumptuous presumptions

        here for you.

  6. Sorvino

    Brayden Pachal signed to a 2 year extension

  7. Sorvino

    Riley Smith has been traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins for a third round pick

  8. Sorvino

    Yes, he will definitely be missed. Awesome that he wins the cup before he leaves. I figured they would have to move a $5 million guy and I was thinking it could be Alec Martinez but maybe that was tough to do because of his age. Riley Smith would have been my second choice.

  9. Sorvino

    The best front office in the league has just signed Ivan Barbashev to a five-year 25 million contract.

  10. Sorvino

    Dorofeyev-Eichel-Marchessault
    Howden-Stephenson-Stone
    Amadio-Karlsson-Barbashev
    Carrier-Roy-Kolesar
    Cotter

    Pietrangelo-Martinez
    McNabb-Theodore
    Hague-Whitecloud
    Pachal

    Hill
    Thompson

    A little early for this but any thoughts? Pistol Pete? The hockey god?

    I know that Barbashev was brilliant on the top line but part of what makes him so valuable is he can play anywhere like a Swiss Army knife and I think he fits in great in Riley Smith’s old spot with Karlsson. Dorofeyev looked good with Eichel in limited time. Dorofeyev has such great natural skill. If one year of maturity is still not enough and Dorofeyev is not quite ready for the rigours of a Stanley Cup playoff than the best front office in the league can address that at the trade deadline just like they did this year.

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